Lots of discussions between presentations.
Following a productive day of workshops, NW GIS courses, speed networking, and Esri's annual USER Group meeting, we took part in another entertaining and educational IGNITE session at GIS-Pro! Thanks to Hilary Perkins, Keri Brennan and Carl Anderson for keeping things in order!
Gary Maguire and Penny Baldock enjoy the session!
IGNITE Session: A highlight of the conference, the IGNITE presentations are limited to 5 minutes (20 slides auto-advanced at 15 seconds each).
IGNITE presentations are noted below:
GIS & Elephants
Have Trunk, Will Travel: Using GPS to Improve the Welfare of Asian and African Zoo Elephants
Matthew R. Holdgate, Oregon Zoo
Using Sales Tax Data to Measure Economic Vitality of Cities
Will Craig, PhD, GISP, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
How to Lie with Broadband Maps
Stephen Sharp, GISP, Vermont Center for Geographic Information, Waterbury, VT
Randal - GIS-Pro Ignite veteran.
“My Data! It’s not where I left it”
Randal Krejcarek, GISP and Robert Mickla, GISP, City of Delray Beach, Delray Beach, FL
A lot of legal talk for a 5 minute presentation!
Public Access to County GIS Basemap Data: The Supreme Decision
Bruce Joffe, GISP, GIS Consultants, Piedmont, CA
Moving from a Solar Map to a Sustainability Map
Joe Wong, Critigen, Bellevue, OR
Mapping changed some lives of high school students in New Jersey.
Improving Safety Standards for Children Using Public Participatory Mapping
Wansoo Im, PhD, VERTICES, LLC, New Brunswick, NJ
Claudia Paskauskas, GISP, East Central Florida Regional Planning Council
Allen Ibaugh, AICP, GISP, Data Transfer Solutions
Urban Footprint Model
Garlynn Woodsong, Calthorpe Associates, Berkeley, CA
Carl Anderson, GISP, Spatial Focus, Sarasota, FL
OSGeo and You
Darrell Fuhriman, Transformative Sustainable Solutions, Portland, OR